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Volkswagen Ireland reminds us the clock is ticking for anyone who wants to get a hold of the last of the Touareg N1 Commercial models.
Volkswagen Ireland reminds us that the clock is ticking for anyone who wants to get a hold of the last of the Touareg N1 Commercial models, which are five seater commercial vehicles offering significant savings for buyers compared to the passenger version of these models.
Volkswagen Ireland has provided details of its 182 campaign offers, which include technology upgrades across the range, zero per cent APR PCP Finance on many models, purchase contributions up to €2,000 and discounts on R-Line equipment packs.
Now that children are back in school, it is time for the Parents Associations and Committees to get active on behalf of their schools. Many things are always on the agenda but without the finance it is difficult to plan ahead, so how do we fundraise?
An IFA lamb price survey of five national supermarkets shows that retailers are charging consumers from €10 to €16/kg for the key lamb cuts, while the farmer price has fallen from €5.50/kg to as low as €4.70/kg in the last two weeks.
Car buyers are turning their backs on diesel powered cars in favour of petrol models according to new research by respected UK magazine WhatCar.
A “barking mad” one euro sale takes place at the MADRA charity shop in Westside this Friday and Saturday, 27th and 28th of November, from 11am to 5pm.
Kia has comprehensively upgraded of its popular cee’d, a core model in the company’s continuing success in Europe. It now delivers a more dynamic performance and offers greater quality and a more appealing design.
The 2015 National Ploughing Championships underlined an important year for Honda which presented its new model range of refreshed and new cars together for the first time in Ireland.
Due to arrive in Irish showrooms from October onwards, Honda tells us that both the all-new HR-V and Jazz models models combine sophisticated new design concepts with the safety, class-leading interior space and versatility customary to Honda models. The Honda HR-V sees the return of a much-loved nameplate to the Irish market, and will retail from €23,995 with class-leading equipment when it launches in Ireland.